Jean-Noel Thorel opened in late position. Charlie Carrel three-bet shoved from the big blind, to put Thorel at risk, and the Frenchman called.
The board ran out , giving Carrel trip deuces to whip Thorel.
"Noooo!" the Frenchman exclaimed, smiling, before making his way to the exit.
In the next hand, Carrel raised from the small blind and Marcin Chmielewski shoved from the big blind. It was 52,000 to Carrel, who wasted no time calling.
This time, it was Carrel who had the best of it, but the underdog prevailed once again. A rundown gave Chmielewski the winner with a pair of kings.